London: The National Institute for the Blind, (1919). Paperback. Heavy paper printed wraps, saddle staple bound 8vo (9-1/2 inches tall), pp. 24. Volume toned with a horizontal mailing fold line, rust to staples and a brief 1/4" fold line tear to fore-edge of cover. From the back cover "Out of the night that covers me / Black as the pit from pole to pole, / I thank whatever gods may be / For my unconquerable soul." First stanza of "Invictus" by W.E. Henley. At Least Very Good. Item #3263
All the latest news to, from and about the blinded soldiers, officers, colonial soldiers as of March, 1919. Uncommon, historical, and scarce in commerce.
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